Tips and Articles for Rotterdam + The Southwest Netherlands

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A new study by the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy found that Paris is city most accessible via public transit. ... Read More

Before there were rolling, prairie-inspired vacation homes or teeny, tiny house-hotels, there was the “Futuro House.” ... Read More

Whether at the Louvre or the Prado, travelers visiting foreign cities flock to museums to see some of the world’s most renowned works of art. ... Read More

In the shadows of nearby Amsterdam and Rotterdam, the Hague—or as the Dutch say, Den Haag—holds its own as a Netherlands must-see. The capital of the... Read More

If the word hostel conjures images of a grungy college dorms or communal bathrooms, it's time you examined your hostel choices. Seven new and... Read More

Dutch artist M.C. Escher was a master of creating optical illusions, and now the Escher Museum in The Hague is accused of creating illusions of their... Read More

Day 1: Amsterdam to the Hague (40 miles) ... Read More

YEOHLEE TENG, Fashion DesignerI travel all over. This year I've been to Berlin, Rotterdam, Venice, Paris, throughout the States, and to Malaysia (where... Read More

In Madurodam, a miniature Dutch town located in the Hague, everything is one twenty-fifth its normal size—but as a model of energy efficiency for the... Read More

If Claude and Livine de Beyter weren't so busy being first-class hoteliers, the Belgian government might consider putting them on the payroll as... Read More

In the middle of Rotterdam stands a man without a heart. His arms are flung toward the sky, as if in supplication to the gods. The official title of... Read More

Europe's major metro areas have come up with some splashy ways to sightsee (and beat the traffic) that are just as enjoyable in the winter as they are... Read More

One of Europe's largest mosques is rising over Rotterdam, and many residents are none too pleased. Its ornamented façade and arched windows appear... Read More

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